Just by looking at the band name, you should've figured out that it's best to approach this band with all ears open, much like you would with the Mars Volta or Coheed and Cambria (Especially the Coheed and Cambria part... 3 even single them out as a major influence in the Wake Pig liner notes). 3 are just weird, but it's the kind of weird that sticks with you long after you've heard it.
For instance, the vocals are almost exactly like the Mars Volta or Coheed and Cambria. It's a voice that's not Halford falsetto, but you'd be surprised it came from a guy. The music takes a strange route, drawing from both bands a certain aspect of their music. For instance, they use the wall of effects that the Mars Volta have so well acquainted themselves with to paint a soundscape that's not necessarily evil, just strange and unsettling. It's metallic, but not enough to make it metal. You can't really call it anything else, though. It's very earthy, and tinged with indie moments.